On a positive note it is a beautiful day at 78 ° and no storm clouds are in sight.
I am so relieved to be back home.
Ready for OUR Zoo day.
Rhea came at 4.
She said all her clocks fell back instead of springing forward. Her phone service has been out most of the day.
I was just getting up from a nice, sweet nap.
The farm is located just off of College Road, on Stock Island, at the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters complex. The smell emancipating from it is horrendous, the pond was dry and parched. Their were no animals out and about.
We walk to the entrance where I expected long lines and their were none. The gates were locked down.
I buzzed for information and when I said isn’t the Zoo open from 3-6 ? He said “Negative” (Police jargon for a NO) and added 1-3.
We left and headed down town Key West for a delicious homemade Tropical ice crème.
I love the Toasted Coconut and Cuban Coffee on a waffle cone.
We parked and paid $3.00 to do so.
The guy was dipping from the smallest dipper I have ever seen and I thought that will take at least 5 scoops to fill a waffle cone.
2 scoops cost over $6.00.
We left and rode further down town and came upon a little parlor across from the Customs Building. I took photos of the kissing statue and some other good shots.
Rhea said their is no place to park so she left the car and went and got her ice crème.
She came back and said Homemade on premise two scoops $6.20. I went in and said Local and got my two scoops for $5.20.
Than on the way home, a stop at Publix for cat food and litter.
The cat food was NOT in the bag when I arrived.